Session 99:
Economic Models of Demographic Behavior

Friday, May 10
12:30 PM - 2:20 PM
Clayton
2nd Floor

Chair: Robert Moffitt, Johns Hopkins University
Discussant: T. Paul Schultz, Yale University

  1. Does Economic Uncertainty Have an Impact on Decisions to Bear Children? Evidence from Eastern GermanySumon Bhaumik, London Business School; Jeffrey Nugent, University of Southern California

  2. Social Network Influences and AIDS Risk Perceptions: Tackling the Causality ProblemHans-Peter Kohler, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  3. An Empirical Study of Children Quantity and Quality Tradeoff in Rural ChinaJianlin Niu, Peking University

  4. Murphy Brown Revisited: Human Capital, Search, and Nonmarital Childbearing among Educated WomenLucie Schmidt, University of Michigan

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